LEADING ARTICLES St. David's Day. Welsh Land Question. Notes and Comments.
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Wanted. = W ANTED.—A Garden Labourer. Constant work to a suitable man.—For particulars, apply to Head Gardener, Nanteos, Aberystwyth. LARCH AND OAK TREES Wanted in quanti- ties.—John Evans, Timber Merchant, Caersws, Mont. GROCERY. Wanted a Strong Lad, 15 years of age as an Apprentice. Good hours.—Apply JAMBS JONES. Grocer, Ystrad Rhondda. WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, General Ser- W vants, and Kitchenmaids.—Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, Ker-street, Aberystwyth. GROCERY.—Wanted Young Man as Haulier &c., accusromed to horses; indoors good wages to suitable man.—State particulars. Stephen Evans, Tonyrefail. jf>ROCERY.—Wanted Young Man to look after Horse and deliver and assist indoors..—Ap ply, W. Clarke, Blaenclydach. WANTED.—A young lad as an Apprentice to the Grocery and Provision Trade, must be 15 years of age.—Apply, R. D. Jones, provision merchant, New Tredegar, via Cardiff. ENERAL SERVANT WANTED in a family of two persons and comfortable home near London.—Apply, Mrs. Goslin, Ravenscroft, Welling, Kent. WANTED immediately a thoroughly trust- W worthy Working Housekeeper for a small farm, able to make butter and cheese. Good salary. Applications, stating age. experience, sal- ary required, with two testimonials, to D. Edmonds, Capel Bach Farm, Llangonoyd, Bridgend. APPRENTICE Wanted for the Ironmongery and Implement Trades. Terms, 3 years outdoors. —Apply, William James & Sons, Newcastle Emlyn. WANTED—An intelligent Youth to learn Reporting. Apply Welsh Gazette Office, Aberystwyth. WANTED, Smart Juniors for General Drapery (live out) also two Smart Youths as Apprentices (Welsh). Easy Terms. D. PHILLIPS, AND Co., Cloth Hall, Merthyr. TO CABINET MAKERS. WANTED, a CABINET MAKER; also an IMPROVER.—Apply to Jenkins, Cabinet Maker, Elvet House, Llanybyther. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. 500 to 1000 Rabbits wanted weekly, state lowest Cash price on Rail.—Apply, Messrs VAUGHAN and Co., Commission Agents, 17, Leckwith-road, Canton, Cardiff. For Sale. /j /V —FOR SALE—Cowkeeper's and Dairy Provision Business. Estab- lished 40 years. Worked by owner who will grant lease.—Apply, J. Elliott, 65, Roman-road, Old Ford, London, E. FLOWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Palms, &c., on Hire for Decoration.—Apply > HEAD GARDENER, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. PRIME CLOVER and Rye Grass Hay 80s per ton. Prime Meadow Hay 75s. per ton, trussed, delivered on rail, Ruthin; Wheat Straw in battens 55s per ton; Oats and Barley Straw 45s per ton; Prime quality Garton abundance Seed; Wheat straw,' £ 3 per ton on rail Flint and Denbigh stations; Oats at 7s 6d per 105; Burton Prize Malting Barley Seed; also Chevelier Barley Seed. Samples and prices on application. Anply, HUGHES, CHE STORES, Ruthin. To Let. CIOED GLEISION SMITHY, Derry Ormond Cardiganshire.—Apply as above to D. Da vies ABERYSTWYTH.—TO BE LET, at once, several splendid Dwellin Houses, containing 14 Rcoms, pleasant situation, few minutes' walk from the Promenade.—Apply, MESSRS DANIEL, SON and MEREDITH Estate Agents, Queen's-road, Aber- ystwyth. BORTH.—For Sale, by Private Treaty, a Free- hold Dwelling House, containing Seven Rooms, Small Garden.—Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Aberystwyth. Apartments. 6FTJRINITY PLACE, apartments to let, con q I venient to sea and station.—MBS EDWARDS. CLAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is centrally situated and commands full view of •ea. First-class apartmfents, Moderate terms Reduced charges for winter months; hot and cold baths; sanitary arrangements perfect -Mrs. ANKERS MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY NOTICE TO TRADERS. THE Head Offices of the Company have been re- moved to more commodious and convenient premises situated in Alexandra-road (lately known as Railway-terrace), at the corner of Umon-street opposite the Railway Station, where a branch has been opened for receiving and forwarding Parcels traffic by passenger trains, and dealing with enquiries respecting the ext&,nsion"of Tourist Tickets POULTRY-KEEPERS should procure a useful P Book on Poultry-keeping and Thorley's Almanack for 1902, both of which will be sent on receipt of two penny stamps (to cover postage).— Address Almanack Dept., Joseph Thorley (Ltd.), King's Cross, London, the Proprietors fof Ovum, Thorley's Poultry Spice. Q h List of Lodgings." A NEW and Revised Edition of the "List of Hotels and Inns, Farmhouse and Country Lodgings," in the district served by the Cambrian Railways, will be issued ready for the coming season. A fee of One Shilling will be charged for the insertion of any name and address. Names and addresses of Farmers, Hotel Proprietors, and Lodging House Keepers having accommodation to offer, should be sent to any of the Company s Station Masters, or to Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestiy, accompanied by a remit- tance, not later than March 15tli next. The Company reserve the right of accepting or rejecting any application. CYNHELIR Eisteddfod ] « Fawreddog MEWN PABELL EANG, YN GOGINAN, DYDD GWENER Y GROGIITH, 1902, Frif Ddarn-" Nid i ni, 0 Arglwvdd" (RHBDYNOG PRICE). Gwobr, £6, a. Medal 4'r krwoinydd, Sales by Auction. Hendremynach Hall, Barmouth. IMPORTANT SALE OF HIGH-CLASS HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. MESSRS Daniel, Son and Meredith Have been instructed by W. Simms-Bull Esq., to Sell by Auction on the above premises, On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, March 12th, 13th, and 14th, 1902. The Superior Household Furniture and other Eifects, comprising contents of HALL, FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS, TEN BED AND DRESSING ROOMS, Kitchen and Domestic Offices and out- door effects. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. each day. ROSARIO, BRYNYMOR ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS Daniel, Son and Meredith Have been instructed by Miss NOCK, to Sell by Auction at their SALE ROOMS, QUEEN'S RD., ABERYSTWYTH, On Wednesday <§* Thursday March 19th <$• 20th,190 £ The Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Comprising contents of FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS and ELEVEN BEDROOMS, Kitchen and Domestic Offices. bale to Commence at 2 p.m. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. FREEHOLD FARMS. Messrs. Gillart and Sons Have been instructed to Sell by Public Anction at the Lion Hotel, Machynlleth, On Wednesday, March 12th, 1902, At 2-30 in the afternoon, the valuable and attractive FREEHOLD FARMS Known as Rugog and Tymawr Situate near Upper Corris, in the Parish of Talyllyn. For particulars apply to Mr. John Rowlands, Solicitor, Machynlleth Messrs. Evans & Gillart, Solicitors, Machynlleth; or to the Auctioneers, Machynlleth and Towyn. CARDIGANSHIRE. PARISH OF CELLAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS AND LANDS. Mr Daniel I. Rees Has been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale at the Walter's Commercial Hotel, Lampeter, On the 21st day of March, 1902, At two p.m. precisely the following very valuable freehold farms known as TYNLONE, TROEDY- RHIW, PENRHIW, and SUNNY HILL, in such lots as may be determined upon at the sale. Lot I.-All that compact freehold farm and land, known as Tynlone, situate in the said parish, dis- tance about two-and-a-half miles from the town of Lampeter, and adjoining the main road leading thereupon to Tregaron, and containing by ad- measurement four acres or'thereabouts of excellent meadow land (let to Mr Evan Evans at an annual rent of £ 8). Lot 2.—All that freehold farm and land known as Troedyrhiw," situate in the same parish, con- taining by admeasurement 8 acres or thereabouts of excellent pasture and arable land (let to Mr Thomas Evans at an annual rent of £11). Lot 3.-All that freehold farm and land known as Penrhiw," situate in the same parish, adjoining lot 2, containing by admeasurement 9 acres or thereabouts of excellent pasture and arable land (let to Mrs Margaret Davies at the annual rent of P.11 10s.). Lot 4.—All that freehold farm and land known as Sunny Hill," situate in the same parish ad- joining the main road leading from Cellan to Llancrwys, containing by admeasurement 7 acres or thereabouts of pasture and arable land (let to Mr Enoch Davies at the annual rent of 48 10s.). The property is conveniently situated near the town of Lampeter, and is intercepted by good roads and commands a pleasant view of the vale of Teify. The farms are in good state of cultivation and have been occupied by the same parties as yearly tenants for many years. For further particulars apply to D. W. A. SAUNDERS, Esq., Civil and Mining Engineer, Swansea Messrs TRICK, BELLINGHAM, and HAIV. SON, solicitors, Swansea or to D I. REES, auc- tioneert Educational. 11 ■■ -■ 4 PENCADER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. BOARDING and Day School for Boys and Girls, Additional boarding accommodation for the exclusive use of girls has been recently provided by the erection of two new houses specially. designed for the purpose. This department is under the supervision of the Music Mistress. The diet is unj limited and of the best quality. THIRTY-SEVEN SUCCESSES obtained this year, including the Matriculation of the Universities of London and Wales; College of Preceptors; South Kensington Science and Art Entrance to Theological Colleges of Bangor (Baptist) and Car- diff (Baptist) Queen's Scholarship. Since 1891 a total of 511 SUCCESSES obtained at Public Examinations, including those of 38 Under-graduates of the Universities of London (20), Wales (9), and the Royal University of Ireland (9). Terms and reports on application to the Head Master. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS V J C T 0 R I A (MARINE) T E R R A C E ABERYSTWYTB; SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYB. Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Resident Governesses. REFBRBNCE8- Thomas Jones, Esq., B.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools Llanelly; The Rev. O. Evans, D.D., King's Cross, London. E. H. Short, Esq., H.M. Inspector, Aberystwyth. Principal Roberts, M.A., U.C.W. Principal Prys, M.A., TreTecca College. Dr Scholle Aberdeen University. Rev T. A Penry, Aberystwyth. Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms &c„ apply PRINCIPAL] EMIGRATION TO CANADA. Canada offers great inducements to Farmers, Farm Labourers, Young Men desiring to learn Farming, Domestic Servants, and all classes -of desirable Emigrants. Free Grants of 160 Acres fIIf Wheat Land. HOW, WHEN, AND WHERE to proceed may be ascertained from the publica- tions of the Canadian Government.—These, to- gether with any information desired as to the Trade and Commerce of the Dominion, may be obtained gratis and post free on application to the Canada Government Office, Western Mail Buildings, I Cardiff. Write for particulars. Public Notices. 1902. The Tivy-Side Hunt Steeple Chases and Hurdle Races. ( Under National Hunt Rules). WILL TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1902. STEWARDS: J. V. Colby, Esq,, F. Lort Phillips, Esq., Capt. Webley-Parry-Pryse, and W. Lewes, Esq. Judge and Clerk ofthe Sealeg-E. Lewes Bowen, Esq. Starter-Col. J. R. Howell. Auctioneers—Messrs. J. Daniel Jones & Son. Clerk of the Course, Staheholder, and Hon. See.- W. F. Roch. THE MAIDEN HURDLE RACE PLATE. Of £25 to the winner, with £5 to the second. For Maidens. Four year olds- list; Five years—list. 10lbs; Six and aged-12st. Entrance Zl (to the Fund). Two Miles ovei Eight Flights of Hurdles. THE MAIDEN STEEPLE-CHASE PLATE. Of £25 to the winner, and P-5 to the second. For Maidens. Fonr years old-llst; Five years old- list. 10lbs; Six and aged—12st. 31bs. Entrance El (to the Fund). About Three Miles over Banks. THE SELLING HURDLE RACE PLATE OF £ 25. The second saves his entry from the Plate. Four years old-llst; Five years old-list. 10lbs; Six and aged—I2st. 31bs. Winner to be sold by auction for E150. If entered to be sold for E100, allowed 51bs if for P,70, allowed 10lbs; if for P,50, allowed 141bs. Entrance ZI (to the Fund). Two Miles over Eight Flights of Hurdles. THE TALLY-HO OPEN SELLING STEEPLE- CHASE PLATE OF £ 25. The second to save his entry out of the Plate. Four years old—list; Five years old—list. 10lbs; Six and aged-12st. Winner once, 71bs; twice, lOlbsj; three or oftener, 14lbs extra. Entrance £1 (to the j Fund). About Three Miles over Banks. Entriesfor all Races close to W. F. Roch, Plasy- bridell, Cilgerran, only, by 10 p.m., on Tuesday, March 25th. Entrance Fees to be paid at time of entrance, except by owners having accounts with Messrs Weatherby & Sons, or Messrs Pratt & Co. The Course is within One Mile of Boncath Station, Five Miles from Cardigan, and Six from Newcastle-Emlyn. The Races will commence at 2 p.m. Tenders. CWMRHEIDOL U.D. SCHOOL BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the erection of JL Boundary Walls and Offices at Aberffrwd School. Plans and Specifications may be seen during school hours at the Board School, Aberffrwd. Tenders, marked Tender," to be sent to the undersigned not later than March 15th. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Tynyffordd, THOMAS MORGAN. Ponterwyd. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. LLANRHYSTYD UNITED DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD. TENDERS are invited for a New Board School and Master's Residence at Llangwyryfon. Plans and Specification may be seen at the Llan- gwyryfon Post Office on and after Tuesday, March 4th. Sealed Tenders are to be sent to the Chairman of the School Board, Llangwyryfon, Aberystwyth, on or before Wednesday, March 19th, 1902. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. For further particulars apply to Mr DANIEL JONES, Architect. Pontrhydfendigaid. Public Notices. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, ABERYSTWYTH. Call and Inspect Wright's "Eureka" Gas Cookers And APPLIANCES. The EUKEKA may be Purchased on the Three Years Hire System from the Aberystwyth Gas Co. Lectures Twice Daily on Thursday and Friday by Miss E. L. SILVESTER, M.C.A. Order your Gas Cooker at once for the Coming Season. DAVIES BROS., Chemists and Seedsmen, LAMPETER AND LLARYBYTHER, Have taken the greatest care this year as usual to meet the demands of Farmers and Gardeners in selecting some the finest procurable varieties of GARDEN AND AGRICULTURAL .SEEDS. All Seeds are obtained from one of the best firms in the kingdom, and are guaranteed to be fresh and of the best quality obtainable. Special Prizes will be given at Lampeter and all Shows in the district. Catalogues can be obtained on application. Your patronage will be appreciated, and all orders | entrusted will be most carefully executed. j Cambrian Railways. LIVERPOOL SPRING RACES MARCH 20th, 21 st, and 22nd. THE GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE, Friday, March 21,f. ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, MARCH 20th, 21st, and 22nd, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS Will be Issued to t LIVERPOOL For full information as to Train Times, Fares, etc., see handbills issued by the Company. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained from Mr W. H. GOUGH, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. Oswestry, March, 1902. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager Public Notices. i ——^j—pi——pi^— (6431.) Order of the Board of Agriculture. (DATED 25TH FEBRUARY, 1902.) Cardiganshire (Muzzling of Dogs) Order of 1902. THE Board of Agriculture, by virtue and in exercise of the powers in them vested under the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 and 1896, and of every other power enabling them in this behalf, do order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows: Extent and AWoreement. 1. This Order applies to and shall be in force in the part of a District of a, Local Authority men- tioned in the Schedule to this Order, and shall be enforced by the Local Authority of such District.™ Muzzling of Dogs. 2.—(1.) No dog shall be allowed to be in or on any public place unless such dog is efficiently muzzled with a wire cage muzzle so constructed as te render it impossible for such dog while wearing the same to bite any person or animal, but not so as to prevent such dog from breathing freely or lapping water. (2.) Provided that the provisions of this Article shall not apply- (a.) to packs of hounda, or to any dog while being used for sportjjfife purposes or for the capture or destructiajjSlvermin, and in every case in charge of a coitt$#tent person; (b.) to any dog while being taken to or from an exhibition, show, or other place, if such dog is confined in a suitable hamper, crate, box, or other receptacle, so constructed as to render it impossible for such dog while so confined to bite any person or animal. Seizure, Detention, and Disposal of Unmuzzled Dogs. 3.-(1.) Any dog found in or on any public place without being muzzled in manner prescribed by this Order may be seized by the Local Authority or by the police and any dog so seized shall be dealt with by the Local Authority as follows: (i.) If the dog is diseased or suspected or has been bitten by a diseased or suspected dog it shall be forthwith slaughtered. (ii.) If the dog has been exposed to the infection of rabies it shall be detained, slaughtered, or otherwise dealt with as the Local Authority think expedient, but so that the dog shall not, while detained by the Local Authority, be allowed to come in contact with any other animal. (iii.) In any other case the dog shall be detained in some proper place and be there kept for such period as the Local Authority think ex- pedient Provided that where the person having charge of or the owner of a dog so detained is known, the Local Authority shall cause notice to be forthwith given to such per- son or owner of the fact of the dog having been so seized and detained, and the dog shall, without prejudice to the recovery of any penalty for the iniringement of this Order, be given up to such person or owner on payment of the reasasonable expenses incurred in respect of such detention. If the dog so seized and detained has not been claimed by such person or owner within three days after the seizure, or, where such person or owner is known, within two days after the aforesaid notice has v been given, tb £ I^calAwt! ority may cause the dog to be slauflifeiy^w^ c disposed oL in such manner as the Local Authority deem expedient. (2.) Every dog shall for the purposes of this Article be deemed to have been exposed to the infection of rabies which has been in the same shed, stable, building, kennel, field, or other place or otherwise in contact with any diseased or sus- pected deg, or which has in any other way been exposed to the infection of rabies. General Provisions of the Rabies Order of 1897. 4. Subject to the provisions ol this Order. all the provisions of the Rabies Order of 1897 shall, so far as the same are applicable, continue to apply, during the continuance of this Order, to the part of a District to which this Order applies. Offences. 5. If any dog is found in or on any public place without being muzzled in manner prescribed by this Order, the owner of the dog, and the person for the time being in charge thereof, and the person allowing the same to be in or on such public place in contravention of this Order, shall, each according to and in respect of his own acts and defaults, be deemed guilty of an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894. Interpretation. 6. In this Order- Disease" means rabies, diseased means affected with rabies, and suspected" means suspected of rabies: Public place" includes any street, highway, thoroughfare, public bridge, royal park, public park garden or pleasure ground, common, un- mclosed land, or other place to which the public have for the time being access: Other terms have the same meaning as in the Rabies Order of 1897. Existing Muzzling Regulations of Local Authority. 7. All Regulations made under any Order of the Board by the Local Authority of the part of a District mentioned in the Schedule to this Order which provide for the muzzling of dogs, and are in force immediately before the commencement of this Order, shall, as regards the part of a District to which this Order for the time being applies, be suspended and cease to apply to such part of a District so long as this Order applies thereto. Commencement. 8. This Order shall come into operation on the fourth day of March, one thousand nine hundred and two. Short Title. 9. This Order may be cited as the CARDIGAN- SHIRE (MUZZLING OF DOGS) ORDER OF 1902. In witness whereof the Board of Agriculture have hereunto set their Official Seal this twenty-fifth day of February, one thousand nine hun- dred and two. (Signed) T. H. ELLIOTT, f f ) < SCHEDULE. Part of a District of a Local Authority to which this Order applies. The petty sessional divisions of Troedyraur Lower, Penrhiwpal, Llandyssil, liar Lower (Aberayron) and Moyddin Upper (Lampeter), including its detached part, namely, the parish of Trevilan, and the borough of Cardigan, in the administrative county of Cardigan. Copies of the above Order can be obtained on application to the Secretary, Board of Agriculture, 4, Whitehall Place, London, S.W. ROYAL AJAX CYCLES. OW FROM 10/- PER MONTH. SLMD Write for Illustrated [\ PRICE LIST, Poet free. BRITISH CYCLE M'F'G. CO. (1901), Ltd. (H.T. Dept.), 45, Ever- ton-road, Liverpool. M'F'G. Co. (1901), Ltd. (H.T. Dept.), 45, Ever- ton-road, Liverpool. (Established 1837.) Business Notices. PEARL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st, 1901. Presented at the Thirty-Eighth Annual General Meeting, held at the Offices of the Company, London Bridge, City, E. C., Friday, February 2 1st, 1902. In presenting the Report and Statement of Accounts for the year, your Directors are pleased to call attention to the fact that their efforts to obtain a Yearly Income of a Million Pounds have been crowned with success, and that for the first time in the history of the Company, the Accounts of the Industrial and Ordinary Branches are published separately. The following figures illustrate in a very striking manner the rapid growth of the Company's In- come and Assets, which have nearly doubled during the past four years:- INCOME. ASSETS. £ s. d. £ 1897 565,238 12 5 718 466 1898 652.820 3 11 833,669 1899 764,262 15 1 998,112 1900 882,622 17 6 1,200,086 1901 1.005,988 13 3 1,429,782 ir A valuation of the Company's business up to December 31st last has been completed by R. M. Moore, Esq., A.I.A., who reports a surplus of £ 282,097. J INCOME. ,t?taLinCOme.wr amounted to £ 1,005,988 13s. 3d., being an increase of £ 123,365 15s. 9d., over that of last year. PREMIUMS (DECEMBER, 1901). PREMIUMS (DECEMBER, 1901). The new Policies issued during the year number 964,194, and the Premium Income on the Policies in force on the Company s Books now amounts to kl,083,243 13s. lOd. CLAIMS. The Company has paid 50,086 Life Claims and Matured Endowments during the year, amounting with Bonuses to P.326,372 13s. 10d., which added to the sums previously paid in claims since the establishment of the Company, make a total of L3,073,565 5s. 6d. ACCUMULATED FUNDS. The Assurance Funds with Capital paid up, now amounts to ZI,429,782 14s. 3d., showing an increase for the year of L229,696 lls. 2d. & By Order, P. J. FOLEY, Managing Director. ■ctr BjT?:fcs °Pinions of the Press as to the remarkable progress made by the Company. Wanted, additional representatives in all districts. To good business men liberal terms and certain success.—Apply to the Managing Director at the Chief Office, Adelaide Buildings. London Bridge, City, YSTWYTH Dlstnct Superintendent, Mr. M. W. PARRY, 35, NORTHGATE-TERRACE, ABER- Ihe Finest Steel in the world is used in the makeof M. H. DA VIS AND SONS1 CELEBRATED C) YMRO RAZORS. PRICE, 3s 6d. EACH. Shaving is a real pleasure with one of these. Sold only by M. H. DAVIS & SONS, Aberystwyth. r JAMES MCILQUHAM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GLASS, CHINA AND EARTHENWARE DEALER, BRIDGE END STORES, ABERYSTWYTH. TEA, BREAKFAST, AND DESSERT STOWERBRIDGE AND OTHER SERVICES. | GLASS. EVeJytfiIng*ao#ff"to the Jowefet Culinary Articles. One of the largest stocks in Wales to select from. A LARGE QUANTITY WEDDING PRESENTS. Contractor for Hotels and Public Institutions. Special attention given to Badged and Crested Ware. Services matched no matter where purchased. Goods Lent out on Hire. An Experienced Packer kept. INSPECTION INVITED AND YOOR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. A LARGE QUANTITY WEDDING PRESETS. Contractor for Hotels and Public Institutions. Special attention given to Badged and Crested Ware. Services matched no matter where purchased. Goods Lent out on Hire. An Experienced Packer kept. INSPECTION INVITED AND YOOR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. GOLD 'VEDDING RINGS J Thick and Heavy, Latest Pattern Tbick and Heavy, Latest Pattern I Great Variety, Largest Stock in Wales. ) 21/- Also Keepers of every description Sizes sent free on application- ',1- A. M..Webb, CARDIGAN. 22.ct. gold-35/- ESTABLISHED 1815. OWEN, Bakers & Confectioners, 19 & 21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTB. REFRESHMENTS as usual. I STEPHEN VAUGHAN DAVIES., CORN FLOUR, A.ND pROVISION M ERCHANT, j LAMPETER. THE Finest Te Man Brith that can be procured for Is. 4d. per lb. Sole Proprietor of the Tea Brith Stephen Is. lOd. with its marvellous, flavour and Superb Quality, has sprung with a bound into the ghest in public flavour. ELL/SF PATENT » m COMBINED OIL CAN & FEEDER ''& = "THE CELTIC." 0$\ -<" DAVID ELLIS & SONS, jjrjf IRONMONGERS, M L I 6, CHALYBEATE STREET, I ABERYSTWYTH. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL HALL, ISLINGTON. I HACKNEY HORSE SHOW, Mar. 4 to 7. ¡ HUNTERS, kc. 11 to 13. POLO PONY „ „ 13 to 14. ¡ ON TUESDAYS, MARCH 4 & 11, 1902, CHEAP EXCUltSION TICKETS ¡ Will be issued to ¡ LONDON Third Class Fares for the ¡ double journey. From Time of 2 days 5 atoys 8 days starting, tickets. tickets. ticRets Aberystwyth. 12 30) Bow Street .12 40 "I Oo *L!anfihangel 12 45 V •Ymyslas .12 g) 17s6d 21s 1 Glandovey 1 7 > 110 Machynlleth. 1 35 i AIS Passengers return from London (Euston) as under:— ¡ Two days Passengers, booked March 4th, re- turn at 9-45 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5th. 1 Three or Five days Passengers, booked March 4th, return at 9-45 p.m. on Thursday, March 6th, or 9 45 p.m. on Saturday, March 8th. Seven days Passengers, booked March 4th, re- turn at 9-45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11th. Two Days Passengers, booked March 11th,return at 9 45 p.m. on Wednesday, Marcth 12th. Three or Five DaysPassengers,bookedMarch 11th, return at 9 45 p.m. on Thujsday, March 13th. or 9 45 p.m. on Saturday, March 15th. Seven Days Passengers, booked March 11th, return at 9 45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18th. "Passengers for Ynyslas and Llanfihangel, re turning by the 9-45 p.m. ex Euston, must alight a- Bortk. t All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the icarnbrian Railways can be obtained from Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. -r C. S. DENNISS, Secretary audgoneral Manager Ooweetfcy February, 1902. NEWCASTLE EMLYN. HUGE EISTEDDFOD Wednesday, 13th August, 1902. CHIEF CHORAL TEST PIECE-" The Night is departing (from Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise "). PRIZE £100, and Music value £3 to the Conductor. MALE VOICE TEST PIECE-" Son of God," by Mr. D. Jenkins, Mus. Bac. PRIZE £40. Programmes giving fuller particulars, 2d.; by Post, 21d. W. LEWES, Esq., Hon. Sec. T. T. ELIAS, ) Sec. J. PICTON JONES, ) CS. LAMPETER. WALTERS' Commercial Temperance Hotel Within 5 minutes' walk from the station. Fitted up in the most modern style. Hot and Cold Baths. Teas & Dinners provided at short notice. HEADQUARTERS C.T.C. PROPRIETREFS.- MRS. S. A. WALTERS. Buiness Notices MEDDY GINIAETHAU ANFFAELEDIG. TIC AND NEURALGIA MIXTURE. TRY JONES' BeadacDe Powders, Which rarely fails to give relief, aod banish all pain. A BLESSING TO SUFFERING HUMANITY. One trial will convince the most sceptical. Price Sixpence per Box. PREPARED OVLY BY Chomas Jones, Cbemlst, Druggist and Dentist, I POST OFFICE, TREGARON. [— | MILK BUSINESSES. !Rattray & Jenkins Just to hand, 150 MOST GENUINE BUSINESSES, from 8 to 100 Barns. I More experience in the Dairy Trade than any other Dairy Agents. Those from North and Soutk Wales, please write or call. RATTRAY & JENKINS. 1, AMNER ROAD, BROOMWOOD ROAD, CLAPHAM JUNCTION, LONDON. PUBLIC NOTICE. D. M. HAMER, Proprietor of the Don Toilet Saloon, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, 16HBS to inform the naidcetR gencraliy and T the present patrons that he has taken over the above Business (lately owned by iMr. W. H. Jones), and trusts your kind support will be con- tinued. First-class experienced men only employed, fso that customers will be attended to with despatch. NOTE THE ADDRESS THE DON TOILET SALOON 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite New Market Hall), ABERYSTWYTH. WINTER SKIN CREAM. For the Hands & Complexion. This preparation is unequalled for softening and beautifying the skin, and defending it from the influence of summer's sun and winter's wind. DIRECTIONS.—A little to be applied to the skin and rubbed in until quite dry. The most delicate needlework may be undertakerl without washing the bands after using it. NEITHER STICKY NOR GREASY. REMOVES AND PREVENTS CHAPPED HANDS, SUNBURN, I FRECKLES, &c. Price 6a. A is. per Bonk. TESTIMONIAL. 21, Feversham Crescent, York, 4 November, 1901. Dear Sir,—Mrs. Hollins wishes me to get her another bottle of your Winter Cream." similar to jirhat I got from you last winter. She suffers a great deal with chapped hands, and wishes me to tell you that she has never used anything before that she likes so much. Please there- fore send one of your largest bottles, and let me know bow much it will be and you shall have stamps to balance. Yours sincerely, J. W HOLLIKS." PREPARED OXLY BY John P. Thomas, M.P. S. Pharmaceutical is Dispensing Oiemist, 20, GREAT DARKGATE ST., AND 60, TERRACE RD., ABERYSTWYTH. David T. Davies AUCTIONEER & VALUER CONDUCTS SALES OF Landed and Residential Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Properties; Agricultural and Pedigree Stock, Growing Timber, Household Furniture, h., &c. ADDHMK: PANTYBEUDY H XLL, LLANGEITHO.